Overlooking the Old Town Reservoir, surrounded by public lands, the BOEC’s Scott Griffith Lodge is a very special place indeed. One can stand on the verandah, watch the sun sink into distant peaks, listen to the soft murmur of Sawmill Creek and enjoy the tranquility of a private lake. The Lodge is a stone’s throw from the slopes of the Breckenridge Ski Resort. Just minutes from Main Street, Breckenridge, the Scott Griffith Lodge is the perfect location for ski vacations, organizational retreats, weddings and family reunions.
All rental proceeds from the lodge go directly toward funding the BOEC’s outdoor programs for people with disabilities and special needs.
Call 970-453-6422 for reservation information.
See the Griffith Lodge on the vacation rental website: http://www.vrbo.com/168024
Small Living Room/Meeting Room
Full Kitchen combined with large dining area
Bedroom 1: 3 bunk beds, sleeps 6 people
Bedroom 2: 3 bunk beds, sleeps 6 people
Bedroom 3: 1 Queen, 1 bunk bed, sleeps 4 people
5 full bathrooms (1 roll-in shower)
Bedroom 4: 2 Queens, sleeps 4 people
1 full bathroom
Loft area: 1 bunk bed, sleeps 2 people
Common area with futon
The main level of the Lodge is wheelchair accessible. The queen bed and bottom twin of each bunk bed are also accessible for a total of 8 accessible beds. The main level bathrooms have hand held showers, shower chairs and one tub slider shower chair. One main level bathroom has a roll-in shower. The upper level is not accessible as stairs are utilized.
Very close to skiing and lifts:
The Lodge is less than 100 yards from the trail leading down to the ski area’s Snowflake Lift. On this trail, guests can ski down to the lift, that includes ticket sales, and then ski home at anytime during the day to the Lodge, located just below the “C” lift area.
Microwave, dishwasher, toaster, and coffee maker
Kitchen with dinnerware, glassware, and cooking utensils to serve 30
Flat screen television with DVD (no cable hookup or TV reception)
Cleaning: You can expect fresh linens, towels and a Lodge “touch-up” every five days of consecutive rental. Daily maid service during your stay is not available. Basic cleaning supplies and a vacuum will be available for your use.
Linens: Linens and blankets are provided for each bed. Cold sleepers should plan on brining additional bedding. Towels are also provided. Laundry facilities are not available in the Lodge.
All listed rates are per night rates based on a maximum occupancy of 22 people. Lodging tax (11.675%) is not included in these rates, but will be added to each booking.
$750/night Minimum stay of 2 nights
20% discount on nights 4 +
Weddings, parties or events: $1500/day
(Note: Due to BOEC program use, the Lodge is available for weddings primarily in September and October.)
Booking Procedures: Call the BOEC office at 970-453-6422 to check for available dates and to book your reservation for the lodge.
1) A one night deposit is due within 14 days of booking.
2) Final payment is due 30 days prior to your arrival.
3) Full payment for Christmas reservations is due by November 15.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: If a reservation is cancelled more than 30 days prior to arrival, a refund less a $100 cancellation fee will be issued. For cancellations between 14 and 30 days, a refund less one night’s fee will be issued. No refunds will be issued for reservations cancelled within 2 weeks of arrival.
Security Deposit: A $500 security/damage deposit is required for each reservation. This deposit will be used to cover major damages to and missing items from the lodge. A credit card number will be taken to cover damages above and beyond the $500 security deposit. The security deposit will be mailed back to you within 14 days of your departure less any damages.
Directions: From Main Street, Breckenridge, go West on Ski Hill Road. Turn left on South Park Street, then take the first right on Four O’clock Road. Turn left on Kings Crown Road. Turn right on Snowflake Rd. (Follow green BOEC/Griffith Lodge signs). Make two more right turns, first on Westridge, then on Snowyridge Rd under the big wood bridge. The road continues past some nice homes to the Scott Griffith Lodge.